From the commencement of development, you’ll be assigned a Client Account Manager. The client team are here to ensure a smooth transition from introduction, to initial concept, through sampling & development and ultimately into production.
We partner each client with a dedicated team of experts. With a client manager, development and merchandising unit, we ensure the right people are in place to respond quickly to all their needs.
By continually researching and testing new methods, we continue to push ourselves and our customers further. Our goal is to provide a blue sky approach to development needs while maintaining our sustainability standards.
By providing centralized procurement services, our extensive purchasing division can source cloth from around the world. We offer anything from basic, single jersey to 500 gsm loopback cotton and terry fleece in various knit fabrics in a diverse range of weights and qualities. Whether it’s organic cotton, viscose, poly, or blends, the combinations available to our clientele are endless.
To produce and dye fabrics in a sustainable way, we work with suppliers who are BCI- and OETEK-certified, guaranteeing a level of quality and environmental commitment.
We are working with some of the world’s leading businesses in sustainable cloth development from simple organic cotton producer on the way through GOTS certified garments.
Our printing factory utilizes an extensive range of techniques. We produce everything from single color placement, CMYK, discharge, glow-in-the-dark effect, heat-sensitive printing, heat transfer, and digital printing done on three state-of-the-art automatic TAS machines and two Adelco Oval 18-color /38-station automatics.
Cutting-edge dryers and other equipment guarantee a top-end product with an output of about 300,000 – 380,000 panels per month.
We partner with trusted vendors for embroidery, stone application, heat transfers, and other specialist work. Our external QC team continuously monitors their output, ensuring a premium product.
Our in-house support team and partners oversee finished garment treatment. They include tie-dyeing, dip-dyeing, marble washing, vintage dye, and hand-dyeing to create individually unique finishes.
Un-Available is CPSIA compliant. That means our production, including children’s wear, is free of PVC, lead, and formaldehyde. Inks used in our dyeing and printing processes are water-based, non-toxic, and eco-friendly.
With 270 dedicated full-time operators spread across seven lines, our daily output can reach 10,000 units. The majority of our team are long-term, multi-skilled sewers adept at using 3-5 different machine types.
Our selection of the finest Juki and Siruba machines combined with our team’s adaptability and precision allows for a diverse range of products of the utmost quality to be produced on a single line with little downtime.
30 x Topstitch Kansai Machine
40 x Overlock 4 Thread
32 x Overlock 5 Thread
103 x Single Needle Sewing Machine
55 x Auto Single Needle Sewing Machine
13 x Twin Needle Sewing Machine
3 x Button Hole Machine
3 x Button Attaching Machine
4 x Button Attaching Machine – Metal
2 x Keyhole Machine
4 x Bartack Machine
2 x Binding Machine
7 x Cutting Machine
2 x Band Knife Machine
2 x Interlining Press
17 x Steam Irons (with Boilers)
To best meet our clients’ needs, we provide storage and warehouse solutions for any situation. A part of our manufacturing operation, we offer many services ranging from individual store packing and direct dispatch to specialty and precision processing for department stores that require barcoding, boxing, and palleting. Our finishing teams manage deliveries and dispatches effortlessly.
To guarantee transparency in our process, we use an ERP system and provide the following facilities to manage the movement and storage of goods:
Fabric warehouse with floor-to-ceiling racking and computer coding systems (1,390sqm = capacity of 700,000 fabrics)
Trims warehouse with floor-to-ceiling racking and computer coding systems (200sqm).
Finished goods warehouse with a 5-storey racking system (600sqm = 8 x 40 ft container).
Overstock and asset warehouse storage for excess asset machinery, packing materials, overstock, and long-term storage (200sqm)
While we adhere to the international AQL 2.5 standard and conduct AQL 1.5 final inspection at the warehouse, we also implement additional internal QC checkpoints at each step of the production process.
Our new space also houses a testing facility where we inspect every roll of fabric received for printing durability, colorfastness, tear strength, weight, fabric twist, and shrinkage.
This checklist ensures that every garment that leaves our factory meets and exceeds requirements.